Plymouth Surgery Center
15700 – 37th Ave N, Suite 210, Plymouth, MN 55446
Talk to a nurse, for general surgery questions, or directions: 952-814-6610
Schedule a clinic appointment: 651-968-5201 or schedule online
Find location details, map, and parking for Plymouth Surgery Center; Surgery Center located on the second floor
This Summit Orthopedics spine-specific location operates a state of the art surgery center for same day outpatient spinal procedures.
Our specialists provide a full range of diagnostic and therapeutic injections as well as surgical procedures (including minimally invasive surgery) to the highest standard of care.
Types of surgery performed at Plymouth Surgery Center:
- Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF)
- Decompressions (laminectomy, laminotomy, transpedicular decompression)
- Hardware removal
- Neurostimulator implants
- Epidural steroid injections (ESI)
- Nerve root blocks
- Facet joint injections
- Medial branch blocks (MBB)
- Sacroiliac joint injections
- Pars defect injections
- Radiofrequency neurotomy (RF)
“Have always found the staff and nurses very kind and thoughtful. Appreciate doctor’s explanation of progress as he proceeds!”
“I can’t say this enough, it was excellent. They all do their professions proud. Tell them Thank-You.”
“The care given by staff and physicians was over the top. They all worked hard to take care of my unusual needs.”
Read what other patients had to say about their experience at Plymouth Surgery Center.
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